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      Dear vpsBoard members and guests:

      Over the last year or two vpsBoard activity and traffic has dwindled. I have had a change of career and interests, and as such am no longer an active member of the web hosting industry.

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  1. Servers4You has recently launched a brand new site design, along with this, a brand new line of Dedicated Servers. Regardless of what you are looking for, Servers4You has the right type of server for your needs. If you require something that isn't publicly offered, we are just a quick form away from providing you what you need. Our newest server processor is the Intel Xeon E3-1240 v5 Processor, which is currently in the launched status, starting at just £110/mo (Was: £160/mo) and has multiple different configuration options from Hard Drives to RAM and options for fully managed or self-managed. The dedicated server is located in the Dupont Fabros Data Center in New York. The server also has options for different operating systems including the most recognized CentOS, Ubuntu & Debian options. Although not publicly offered, we can also provision the server on Windows 2008 R2 and 2012 R2 (both Standard Editions). Default Configuration: 1x 1000GB Hard Drive Disk [SSD Available] 10TB @ 1Gbps Public Uplink 16GB DDR4 ECC RAM 4 Cores @ 3.5GHz 5 IPv4 Addresses Configure Here: u.mymbs.eu/US_Intel_Xeon_E3-1240_v5 Servers4You currently only has 7 dedicated servers with the Intel Xeon E3-1240 v5 Processor.
  2. I like the idea to have your basic pc in your poket. The Chromecast showed perfectly how well that HDMI/USB only combo can work. But I need/want a Windows 10 system too. Android is still not able to cope with desktop usage (hey Pixel). So Intel showed two new versions of the Compute sticks. One with a Core-M and one with a Atom-X5 core - suggested retail price of $159: 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. Core-M models with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. Two drawbacks of the Core-M models: - Power adapter needed because they need 40W. - $399 for the Core M3 version and $499 for the Core M5 version. Way beyond anything I will buy for a mobile desktop. But the Atom versions looks promising.
  3. Popular e-retailer Newegg recently put Intel's new PC on a stick devices up for pre-order. These sticks feature a quad core Atom processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB of on board storage and are targeted at Linux users. $109.99... These are direct HDMI powered and look like a great addition to your big HDTV with multiple HDMI ports :) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883800003&cm_re=intel_compute_stick-_-83-800-003-_-Product They also are releasing a more costly Windows based model that bumps up the RAM to 2GB.
  4. Hello, VaporNode is a dedicated server provider with employees that have been involved in the hosting and IT industry for 7+ years. We plan to bring our expertise to VaporNode to grow it into one of the definitive dedicated server providers in Chicago. The below offer consists of hardware located within Continuum's suburban facility. Advantages: - Central Chicago location - Remote management (IPMI / KVM free on request) - Ship your own hardware (conditions apply, contact us for additional information) - Personal support - Free, unlimited OS reinstalls - 8 hour setup guarantee (average of 2 hours) Xeon BDS Three: CPU: Dual Intel Xeon L5520 (8 cores / 16 threads @ 2.3GHz) RAM: 32GB DDR3 ECC Storage: 500GB SATA HDD Network: 10TB bandwidth @ 1Gbps IP Addresses: 4 IPv4 and IPv6 on request Price: $60/month (Order here) Upon ordering there are bandwidth and IP address upgrade options. Additional IPv4 addresses are priced at $2.00/month per IP. Discounts will be given for bulk IP purchases. We also offer a choice of operating systems upon ordering including CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Proxmox, and Windows Server (bring your own license). These are unmanaged servers with an optional management addon available at checkout. Payment: We currently accept PayPal, credit cards, and debit cards. No refunds are permitted on dedicated servers. Thanks for looking! Contact for custom options or questions: sales[at]vapornode[dot]com
  5. Total Server Solutions has got some pretty amazing prices on some badass servers. At the moment we're running a special on our Intel Xeon E3-1240v3's. $149 per month will get you this beast: CPU: Intel Xeon E3-1240v3 3.4GHz RAM: 8 GB DDR-ECC-UDIMM Storage Choices: 2 x 1 TB SATA HDs - OR - 2 x 128 GB SSDs Bandwidth: 10 TB Network Port: 1 Gbps IPMI Upgrade to 32 GB RAM for $20/month Upgrade to 100 TB bandwidth for $199/month ORDER - You know you want to. :D We've got many more special prices on our servers at the moment so stop by TSS and have a look at the rest of our current deals. More deals & goodness can be found HERE.
  6. Hello, VaporNode is a brand is a new dedicated server provider however all employees have been involved in the hosting and IT industry for 5+ years. We plan to bring our expertise to VaporNode to grow it into one of the definitive dedicated server providers in Chicago. The below offer consists of owned hardware located within Continuum's suburban facility. Advantages: - Central Chicago location - Remote management (IPMI / KVM free on request) - Ship your own hardware (conditions apply, contact us for additional information) - Negotiable rent-to-own agreements - Personal support - Free, unlimited OS reinstalls - 8 hour setup guarantee (average of 2 hours) Xeon BDS II: CPU: Dual Intel Xeon L5420 (8 cores / 8 threads @ 2.5GHz) RAM: 16GB DDR2 ECC Storage: 500GB SATA HDD (or 240GB SSD, add $15/month) Network: 10TB Bandwidth @ 1Gbps IP Addresses: 4 IPv4 and IPv6 on request Price: $60/month (Order here with 9TAKPDCBMM19X discount code) Upon ordering there are bandwidth and IP address upgrade options. Additional IPv4 addresses are priced at $2/month per IP. We also offer a choice of operating systems upon ordering including CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, and Windows Server (bring your own license). These are unmanaged servers with an optional management addon available at checkout. Payment: We currently accept PayPal, credit cards, and debit cards. No refunds are permitted on dedicated servers. Thanks for looking!
  7. Hi, I can't decide which "option" should I choose. I was looking into RamNode's offer and I can see that they offer E3 and E5 running VPS's. I know that there won't be much of difference but still I was kinda curious in terms of web performance which one would be a better solution in terms of performance? It's pretty much just a basic game panel (http://sourceforge.net/projects/brightgamepanel/)running on LEMP. I'm not that experienced and I was hoping I could find some answers here. Thank you.
  8. Hello, My name is Remi from Chromobyte. I am the magic man behind Chromobyte and here to offer two great dedicated server offers. The below offers consist of owned hardware located within Continuum's suburban facility. Advantages: - Central Chicago location - Unflooded gigabit port - Remote management (IPMI / KVM free on request) - Ship your own hardware (conditions apply, view website for additional information or contact us) - Negotiable rent-to-own agreements - Personal support - Free, unlimited OS reinstalls - 8 hour setup guarantee (average of 2 hours) Discount! :: The first purchaser of each of the below servers will receive $5.00 in Chromobyte account credit. Xeon BDS II: CPU: Dual Intel Xeon L5420 (8 cores / 8 threads @ 2.5GHz) RAM: 16GB DDR2 ECC Storage: 500GB SATA HDD Network: 10TB Bandwidth @ 1Gbps IP Addresses: 4 IPv4 and IPv6 on request Price: $65/month (Order here) Xeon BDS III: CPU: Dual Intel Xeon L5520 (8 cores / 16 threads @ 2.3GHz) RAM: 32GB DDR3 ECC Storage: 500GB SATA HDD Network: 10TB Bandwidth @ 1Gbps IP Addresses: 4 IPv4 and IPv6 on request Price: $75/month (Order here) Upon ordering there are bandwidth and IP address upgrade options. Additional IPv4 addresses are priced at $2/month per IP. We also offer a choice of operating systems upon ordering including CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Windows Server (bring your own license), and the all inclusive "other" option. These are unmanaged servers with an optional management addon available at checkout. Payment: We currently accept PayPal, credit cards, and debit cards. No refunds are permitted on dedicated servers. Thanks for looking!